Plone Tests Summarizer | 1 Dec 13:00 2008
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Plone Tests: 23 OK, 3 Failed, 4 Unknown

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Period Sun Nov 30 12:00:00 2008 UTC to Mon Dec  1 12:00:00 2008 UTC.
There were 30 messages: 8 from ATContentTypes Tests, 8 from Archetypes Tests, 8 from CMFPlone Tests, 6 from
plone.* Tests.

Test failures
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Subject: FAILED (failures=1) : Plone-3.2 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.5
From: CMFPlone Tests
Date: Mon Dec  1 05:10:06 UTC 2008
URL: http://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2008-December/006742.html

Subject: FAILED (failures=1) : Plone-3.2 Zope-2.11 Python-2.4.5
From: CMFPlone Tests
Date: Mon Dec  1 05:11:36 UTC 2008
URL: http://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2008-December/006743.html

Subject: FAILED (failures=21, errors=15) : Plone-trunk Zope-trunk Python-2.5.2
From: plone.* Tests
Date: Mon Dec  1 05:32:44 UTC 2008
URL: http://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2008-December/006751.html

Unknown
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Subject: UNKNOWN : Plone-trunk Zope-trunk Python-2.4.5
From: CMFPlone Tests
Date: Mon Dec  1 05:13:07 UTC 2008
URL: http://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2008-December/006744.html
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Morten W. Petersen | 1 Dec 14:12 2008
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Problems committing to Subversion repository

Hi there,

I've got a user account (morphex) on plone.org, and I'd like to commit some
changes to Ploneboard.

Here's the command that doesn't work:

nbf <at> thewall:~/zope/ez_setup/nbf-fss/Products.Ploneboard$ svn commit 
--username morphex -m "Fixing XHTML validation"
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: MKACTIVITY of 
'/svn/collective/!svn/act/c84736b1-950b-451b-bc34-63ad5ca12206': 403 
Forbidden (http://svn.plone.org)

Anyone know what's up here?  I checked it out via http:// initially, but 
updated the
entries file to use https:// afterwards..

-Morten

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Martijn Pieters | 1 Dec 14:57 2008

Re: Problems committing to Subversion repository

On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 14:12, Morten W. Petersen <morten@...> wrote:
> I've got a user account (morphex) on plone.org, and I'd like to commit some
> changes to Ploneboard.
>
> Here's the command that doesn't work:
>
> nbf <at> thewall:~/zope/ez_setup/nbf-fss/Products.Ploneboard$ svn commit
> --username morphex -m "Fixing XHTML validation"
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: MKACTIVITY of
> '/svn/collective/!svn/act/c84736b1-950b-451b-bc34-63ad5ca12206': 403
> Forbidden (http://svn.plone.org)
>
> Anyone know what's up here?  I checked it out via http:// initially, but
> updated the
> entries file to use https:// afterwards..

It still clearly is trying to commit something to http://, not
https://. svn info is your friend here, see what files are changed and
check each one. Alternatively, get the patch (svn diff >
/tmp/changes.patch), nuke, check out a new copy from https:// and
reapply (patch -p0 < /tmp/changes.patch).

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Florian Schulze | 1 Dec 16:30 2008
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Re: Problems committing to Subversion repository

On Mon, 01 Dec 2008 14:12:21 +0100, Morten W. Petersen  
<morten@...> wrote:

> Anyone know what's up here?  I checked it out via http:// initially, but
> updated the
> entries file to use https:// afterwards..

You shouldn't tinker with the entries files directly. In this case you  
should have used "svn switch --relocate http: https:" (it does a prefix  
match).

Regards,
Florian Schulze

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Morten W. Petersen | 1 Dec 19:30 2008
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Re: Problems committing to Subversion repository

Florian Schulze skrev:
> On Mon, 01 Dec 2008 14:12:21 +0100, Morten W. Petersen  
> <morten@...> wrote:
>
>   
>> Anyone know what's up here?  I checked it out via http:// initially, but
>> updated the
>> entries file to use https:// afterwards..
>>     
>
> You shouldn't tinker with the entries files directly. In this case you  
> should have used "svn switch --relocate http: https:" (it does a prefix  
> match).
>   

Ah, right.  Well I didn't read that before after committing, but nice to 
know.

Some Ploneboard XHTML fixes and an improved Norwegian translation committed.

On a related note, does anyone know how to get the object state and
transitions translated?

Thanks,

Morten

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Alexander Limi | 2 Dec 01:23 2008

Re: Problems committing to Subversion repository

On Mon, 01 Dec 2008 10:30:23 -0800, Morten W. Petersen  
<morten <at> nidelven-it.no> wrote:

> Some Ploneboard XHTML fixes and an improved Norwegian translation  
> committed.

Thanks for adding translations, but please see Wichert's comments about  
empty alt tags and changing the anchors on the commit list. His comments  
are correct, adding placeholder text like "Conversation icon" is wrong.

> On a related note, does anyone know how to get the object state and
> transitions translated?

You need a separate .po file with the domain "plone".

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Calvin Hendryx-Parker | 2 Dec 20:43 2008

Best practices for views to use in templates throughout Plone

Hi All,

so...  for future work on Plone, should we not use the plone_view and  
instead rely on the plone_portal_state view directly from templates  
where we are using values provided by the newer plone_portal_state  
view?  I want to make sure I use the appropriate best practice since  
there are more than a few ways to get at the same stuff in here.

I hope that during the Plone 4 development those number of ways can be  
reduced  :-)

Cheers,
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Morten W. Petersen | 3 Dec 14:58 2008
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Re: Problems committing to Subversion repository

Alexander Limi skrev:
> On Mon, 01 Dec 2008 10:30:23 -0800, Morten W. Petersen  
> <morten@...> wrote:
>
>   
>> Some Ploneboard XHTML fixes and an improved Norwegian translation  
>> committed.
>>     
>
> Thanks for adding translations, but please see Wichert's comments about  
> empty alt tags and changing the anchors on the commit list. His comments  
> are correct, adding placeholder text like "Conversation icon" is wrong.
>   

Yep.  We had a talk about it and sorted things out already.  :)

But empty alt tags.. is that really the best solution?  How do 
screenreaders react to those?

>> On a related note, does anyone know how to get the object state and
>> transitions translated?
>>     
>
> You need a separate .po file with the domain "plone".
>   

That much I knew..  but I think I figured it out after some grepping.

-Morten

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Gabrielle Hendryx-Parker | 3 Dec 16:48 2008

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YOUR MISSION, should you choose to accept it, is to squish the  
following list of un-owned Trac tickets:

8228	ATReferenceBrowserWidget batch may not work with IE6 and IE7
https://dev.plone.org/plone/ticket/8228

7248	auth_cookie_length doesn't take affect in Plone 3.0
https://dev.plone.org/plone/ticket/7248

8704	PloneTool .py: Email messages not being validated
https://dev.plone.org/plone/ticket/8704

8483	IE7: Personal tools incorrectly rendered in upper left corner
https://dev.plone.org/plone/ticket/8483

8389	portal_view_customizations attributeerror bug
https://dev.plone.org/plone/ticket/8389

8499	OpenID users can edit but not comment upon objects for which  
commenting is enabled
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Wichert Akkerman | 3 Dec 23:33 2008
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Re: Problems committing to Subversion repository

Previously Morten W. Petersen wrote:
> But empty alt tags.. is that really the best solution?  How do 
> screenreaders react to those?

They are attributes, not tags :)

What screen readers to is replace an img with its alt attribute. That
means that an empty alt tag is turned into an empty string, which
translates to exactly nothing. In other words: an empty alt tag tells
screen readers they should just ignore the image.

Wichert.

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